The Kinks - Dedicated Follower of Fashion

The Kinks: Legal Wrangling

Channel 149-9

Episode date - December 1, 2017

How Music Changed
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    The little known history of the Kinks betrays the band as a highly dysfunctional outfit that still somehow managed to make a seemingly endless stream of incredible music.

    With each hit song, Ray Davies found himself getting more and more suspicious of his business partners, to the point where he ends up in the middle of a legal nightmare that then leads him to a state of deep depression. Music seems to be a means of escape for Davies, with the rock and roll lifestyle providing occasional moments of outrageous scenarios. As we let Ray explain this part of his career, we play the following tunes;

    Dedicated Follower of Fashion (session tapes)

    Dedicated Follower of Fashion

    Sitting on My Sofa

    And I Will Love You

    All Night Stand

    Holiday in Waikiki

    A House in the Country

    Party Line

    Most Exclusive Residence for Sale

    Rainy Day in June

    Sunny Afternoon

    I’m Not Like Everybody Else

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